MLB weather report: Wind blowing to right field at Yankee Stadium

Apr 3, 2013 |
Here's a look at some noteworthy weather around the majors for Wednesday, April 3. If yesterday is any indication, the domes in Toronto, Milwaukee and Houston will be closed.

Kansas City Royals at Chicago White Sox (+124, -134, 7)
Site: U.S. Cellular Field

Temperatures in the low-40s that feel like the mid-30s with sunny skies. Eight mph winds blowing in from left field in toward home plate and first base. The White Sox and the over were 7-2 in 2012 when winds blew in from left field at 0-10 mph.

Texas Rangers at Houston Astros (-181, +166, 8.5)
Site: Minute Maid Park

Temperatures in the high-60s with isolated thunderstorms and a 30 percent chance of precipitation. Wind blowing in towards third base 10 mph. Expect the roof to be closed.

Detroit Tigers at Minnesota Twins (-149, +143, 8)

Site: Target Field

Temperatures in the mid- to high-40s that feel like the low-40s with 15 mph wins blowing from right field towards third base and home plate.

Seattle Mariners at Oakland Athletics (+134, -145, 7.5)
Site: Oakland Coliseum

Temperatures between the high-50s and low-60s with winds blowing out towards center field at seven mph.

Chicago Cubs at Pittsburgh Pirates (+122, -132, 7)
Site: PNC Park

Forecasts are calling for temperatures in the mid-30s with clear skies and winds blowing out at six mph to right field.

Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees (+107, -116, 8)
Site: Yankee Stadium

Winds are blowing out towards right field at 15 mph. Temperatures in the low-40s that feel like the low-30s. The Yankees were 9-2 last season when the winds blew out towards right field between 10-20 mph. The over was 7-4.

Miami Marlins at Washington Nationals (+219, -256, 7)
Site: Nationals Park

Expect temperatures in the high-to-mid 40s with clear skies and winds blowing into the infield from left field between home plate and first at 12 mph.

San Diego Padres at New York Mets (+127, -138, 7)
Site: Citi Field

Low-40s with temperatures that feel like the low-30s and wind blowing from left field towards the right field line at 8 mph, but it will pick up speed as the game blows on and help left-handed hitters by pushing out more straight toward right field from home plate.

Los Angeles Angels at Cincinnati Reds (+118, -128, 7)
Site: Great American Ball Park

Temperatures in the low-to mid-40s, with winds slightly blowing in from left field at five mph.

Philadelphia Phillies at Atlanta Braves (+120, -123, 7.5)
Site: Turner Field
Temperatures in the mid-50s with a 30 percent chance of precipitation. Winds blowing slightly across the field from third base to first at 4 mph.

St. Louis Cardinals at Arizona Diamondbacks (+104, -111, 9)
Site: Chase Field

Sunny and clear skies with temperatures in the mid-80s and a slight breeze blowing in toward the first base line at five mph.

San Francisco Giants at Los Angeles Dodgers (+113, -122, 7)
Site: Dodger Stadium

Temperatures in the mid- to low-60s with mostly clear skies. Light winds at four mph blowing out to right field. The Dodgers and the over were 4-7 in 2012 when winds blew out to right field at 0-10 mph.

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